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Tenryu under construction, Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1919Thirteen women rivet heaters and passers at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1919.
Tenryu under construction, Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan, 1919Thirteen women rivet heaters and passers at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1919.
Arizona in the East River, New York City, circa mid-1916. Photo 2 of 2Pump No. 1, Drydock No. 4, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Jun 1919
Arizona in the East River, New York City, circa mid-1916. Photo 2 of 2Pump No. 1, Drydock No. 4, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Jun 1919
Battleship USS New Mexico at the Culebra Cut while transiting the Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919.USS New Mexico in the middle west chamber of Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
Battleship USS New Mexico at the Culebra Cut while transiting the Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919.USS New Mexico in the middle west chamber of Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919
USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919
After ammunition ships Pyro and Nitro were christened at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, the drydock was flooded for their launching, 16 Dec 1919.
After ammunition ships Pyro and Nitro were christened at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, the drydock was flooded for their launching, 16 Dec 1919.'Nurses Hamlet' at US Marine Barracks, Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920s
25,000-ton floating dry dock, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, date unknownClose-up of S-46
25,000-ton floating dry dock, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, date unknownClose-up of S-46's conning tower, Mare Island Navy Yard, circa 1920s
Lin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknownMerchant ships under construction, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Lin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknownMerchant ships under construction, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
R-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920s
R-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920s
Rifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sShip Danzig under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921
Rifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sShip Danzig under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921
Ships Danzig and Theben under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921Taihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
Ships Danzig and Theben under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921Taihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown

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Joachim von Ribbentrop, German Foreign Minister, Aug 1939